Jetset Report: Lufthansa Expands Private Jet Brand

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Lufthansa is expanding its private jet offerings for those who like to fly in style. The Lufthansa Private Jet brand, introduced in 2005, is being expanded through an exclusive cooperation with NetJets Europe, a private jet operator.

Fast and friendly: Bookings in Europe will not be accepted in as little as ten hours prior to flight departure. Talk about a quick getaway.

Lufthansa Private Jet customers will be treated to either small, medium or large cabins. Optional amenities include limo service to and from the flight and an onboard flight attended servicing travel via the mid to large-size jets.

Up and coming: We hear that the Lufthansa Private Jet service is plannign to expand in the Middle East and the U.S. within this year.

For more information visit www.lufthansa-private-jet.com.

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